Kitty Norville Series


  • Carrie Vaughn


  • Kitty and the Midnight Hour
  • Kitty Goes to Washington
  • Kitty Takes a Holiday
  • Kitty and the Silver Bullet
  • Kitty and the Dead Man's Hand
  • Kitty Raises Hell
  • Kitty's House of Horrors
  • Kitty Goes to War
  • Kitty's Big Trouble
  • Kitty's Greatest Hits


  • Kitty Norville
  • TJ Gurney
  • Cormac Bennett
  • Ben O'Farrell
  • Ricardo de Avila
  • Jessi Harden
  • Odysseus Grant
  • Tina McCannon
  • Jeffrey Miles

Brief Summary

Kitty Norville, a late-night radio DJ, accidentally starts a late-night talk show about Werewolves, Vampires, and other mythical creatures. The catch is - she's a werewolf herself, and the secret is supposed to stay silent.

  • Carl is the Alpha of the pack and therefore able to physically dominate his pack.
  • A preacher is offering to 'save' the supernatural community if they come and join his traveling Bible show. A Midnight Hour listener calls in to confirm Kitty's suspicions that all is not right with this show. This plot point is completed in Kitty Goes to Washington.
  • Persecution rears its head in the character of the right-wing senator Kitty interviews for her show. This plot point recurs in Kitty Goes to Washington.
  • Being supernatural is not a state Kitty wants her listeners to aspire to. While it may sound cool, the reality is not what they expect.

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